Las Vegas Caesars Palace
(Las Vegas, Nevada - NV, USA)
3570, Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, 89109, Nevada, USA
Tel: +1 702 731 7333
The legendary Caesars Palace is an iconic hotel and casino situated on the Las Vegas Strip. At the front of this enormous building is a 20-foot / 6 meter tall statue of Caesar, standing in front of the driveway to the main entrance of Caesars Palace. Behind the statue of Caesar are 18 large fountains, and 50 tall cypress trees, creating a grand entrance.
Other interesting features at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas include two casinos, Cleopatra's Barge lounge, the Garden of the Gods pool area, numerous restaurants and some excellent, traditional Las Vegas entertainment areas. Las Vegas Caesars Palace also includes an exclusive shopping mall and entertainment complex, known as the 'Forum Shops at Caesars Palace'. Created to resemble an ancient Roman street, the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace are home to around 100 retailers, restaurants and cafés, including top designer stores, such as Emporio Armani, Gucci, Hugo Boss to name but a few.
In 1997, Las Vegas Caesar's palace underwent a staggering USD 600 million renovation project, which has ensured the Caesars Palace is simply better than ever, and is still the original Las Vegas theme-resort and casino.
Caesars Palace Hotel Casino
Tel: +1 702 731 7110
Caesars Palace Hotel Casino in the Las Vegas Strip opened in 1966 and is one of the largest and most important casinos in Las Vegas. The casino itself measures around 45,000 square feet and includes the latest video games, nine excellent restaurants serving some of the best food in Las Vegas, swimming pools inlaid with marble and granite, a movie theater with a dome-shaped screen, three live entertainment lounges, and of course, some of the top gaming facilities in Las Vegas.
At the center of the complex are a total of 100 card tables and nearly 2,000 slot machines, some of which accept USD 500 tokens. With experienced croupiers, a busy, exciting atmosphere and impressive status, Las Vegas Caesars Palace is always a busy place for gamblers in Las Vegas.
Caesar's Magical Empire
Las Vegas Caesars Palace opened this enchanting feature in 1996 and it quickly became a major tourist attraction for the Caesars Palace complex. Caesar's Magical Empire in Las Vegas is based on the underground world of ancient Rome and features tunnels, grottoes, theaters, dining chambers and illusions around every corner.
Guests at the Caesar's Magical Empire are placed in small groups and then escorted by Centurion guards through a maze and into one of ten separate dining rooms. Each group is then treated to an individual magic show and other entertainment, whilst eating a delicious three-course meal. This is just the start of the evening's fun, when you dine at the Las Vegas Caesar's Magical Empire. Children must be aged five or over to enter the Caesar's Magical Empire and free, guided tours are available daily, from 10:45 to 15:45.
Open hours: Tuesday to Saturday - 16:30 to 21:30
Admission: charge, discounts are available for children under 10 years old